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Jewish City Walking Route

Curated by
Gavin Morris

​Gavin Morris, the Director of the SA Jewish Museum, which has just been honoured with a Certificate of Excellence 2017 award by TripAdvisor, suggests that this walk is a good start to connect with the local Jewish narrative past and present.

Gavin recommends that you take a circular route, starting and ending at the Jewish Museum. First visit the museum then follow this route for a walk in and around the city, (it is also accessible on the City Sightseeing’s hop-on hop-off Red Bus, if you tire of walking). Finish off back at the museum café for a relaxed kosher meal.

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Jewish City Walking Route

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    Iziko South African National Gallery

    • JewishMuseum-old-shul-interior rgb 72

    St John’s Street Synagogue

    • saj

    The South African Jewish Museum

    • GreatSynagogue-interior

    Great Synagogue

    • JacobGitlinLibrary

    Jacob Gitlin Library

    • Holocaust--Museum-learners

    Cape Town Holocaust Centre

    • Cafe Riteve

    Cafe Riteve

    • Water fountain

    Water Fountain

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    Pond in front of Iziko SANG

    • Belvedere House

    Belvedere House

    • SAParliament-company-gardens-02

    Houses of Parliament

    • Jan_Smuts_Statue_in_Company_Gardens

    Jan Christian Smuts Statue

    • slave lodge

    Iziko Slave Lodge

    • Newspaper house

    Cape Argus – Newspaper House

    • Old-Town-House-close-up

    Iziko The Old Town House

 

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